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Product Review: Rimmel London New Volume Shake Mascara

Rimmel London has introduced the New Volume Shake Mascara – A breakthrough shakeable mascara for beautiful clump-free volume, and I am here to tell you all about it! I get really excited when new makeup lands on my doorstep. I enjoy playing around with different looks, and discovering the best looks that suit me.

 

 

This new Rimmel London mascara features a first-to-market patent-pending shaker system that refreshes the volumising formula whenever it’s needed.

Here is the full product description –

This Volume Shake mascara gives lashes a beautiful Clump-free volume, from first to last use!If you hate to throw away half-used mascara because it dires out or simply isn’t as good as new, this volumizing black mascara is perfect for you.

 

 

I have used it a few times now; here are my thoughts –

 

PROS

  1. I like the size; it is a 9ml, which is bigger than regular mascaras.
  2. It gave my lashes the right volume from root to tip.
  3. It is quite affordable at £8.99, and you can grab it at Tesco, Asda, Superdrug, Boots, Asos, and Feel Unique.
  4. This mascara has a Shake-Shake technology which allows it to never dry out, which is great. I have never seen any mascara like it!
  5. It is waterproof.
  6. It stays on all day.

 

 

CONS

None.

I like this Rimmel London New Volume Shake Mascara a lot. It looks great on my lashes, and it is very easy to apply.

I recommend this mascara to anyone in need of a Mascara that will stay fresh from the first day to last day, without drying up in the tube. This is definitely a quality mascara.

Have you tried this Rimmel London New Volume Shake Mascara? Fear not if you haven’t, it was launched in the stores yesterday – March 15, so go have a look.

Thanks for reading, please leave me a comment with your thoughts, and do share the post.

Have a lovely day.

 

*PR sample.

 

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